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--> --> --> --> Search the site:Search SearchUndergraduate AdmissionsThe SBU DifferenceSteps to ApplyAcademicsCost & AidVisitContactSearch Search the site:Search Apply Now Visit Request Info The SBU Difference The SBU Differenceback Overview The Education Student Life Careers & Outcomes Location How to Apply How to Applyback Overview First Year/Freshman Transfer International Second Degree Readmission Academics Academicsback Overview Majors & Degrees Pre-Professional Programs Accelerated/Combined Degrees Honors Programs Cost & Aid Cost & Aidback Overview Tuition and Costs Financial Aid Scholarships Value Visit Visitback Overview Campus Tour Opportunities Virtual Student Chat Virtual Info Sessions Special Topics & Virtual Events Contact Contactback Overview Request Info Meet Your Counselor Maps & Directions Contact Info dummy text for mobile image view College Of Arts And Sciences Judaic Studies Back to all Programs Why Judaic Studies? The minor in Judaic Studies offers students an opportunity to acquire background in Hebrew and to study selected areas of Jewish history, culture, or religion. With the approval of an advisor from the Judaic Studies program faculty, the student must construct a program of at least 21 credits fulfilling the requirements listed below. The advisor helps to assure that the student's program has a curricular focus; courses from other departments suiting that focus may be included. AREAS OF STUDY: Hebrew Religion Jewish History Culture Ready to take the next step? Apply Now Request Info Visit SAMPLE COURSES: Judaism The Formation of the Judaic Heritage Problems in Archaeology Ethnography ADMISSION INFO: Students interested in enrolling in the minor must consult with the coordinator of the minor in Judaic Studies and select an advisor from the Judaic Studies program faculty. Completion of the minor requires at least 21 credits. After Graduation Your college decision isn't really about the next four years. We get it. It’s about what doors are opened by your degree and whether those opportunities are what you had envisioned for yourself. Nearly 95% of SBU grads are employed or go to professional or graduate school. Here's a snapshot of what life after graduation looks like for some of them. CAREER OPTIONS: Clergy Assistant Professor Student exchange program coordinator Judaic Studies Teacehr Institutional Ledgers Project Cataloger RECENT EMPLOYERS: SAR Academy Cornell University Library Trustforte Corportation North Shore Hebrew Academy Colgate University Related Majors LinguisticsAnthropologyHistoryArt History & CriticismSociology Interested in this Minor? Apply Now Request Info Visit Department of History Chair: Robert Hoberman Office: S-359 Social and Behavioral Sciences Phone: (631) 632-7500 Degree Requirements Department Website The SBU Difference The Education Student Life Careers and Outcomes Location How to Apply First Year/Freshman Transfer International Second Degree Readmission Academics Majors and Degrees Pre-Professional Programs Accelerated/Combined Degrees Honors Programs Contact Request Info Meet Your Counselor Contact Info Visit Campus Tour Opportunities Virtual Student Chat Virtual Info Sessions Special Topics & Virtual Events FacebookInstagramYoutube Cost & Aid Tuitions and Fees Financial Aid Scholarships Value Information For College Counselors High School Homeschoolers Veterans Admitted Students Application Status Undergraduate Admissions Stony Brook University 118 Administration Building Stony Brook, NY 11794-1901 Call: 631-632-6868 Fax: 631-632-9898 Questions: [email protected] Undergraduate Admissions Stony Brook University 118 Administration Building Stony Brook, NY 11794-1901 Call: 631-632-6868 Fax: 631-632-9898 Questions: [email protected] University CodesSAT: 2548ACT: 2952FAFSA: 002838 Skip to main contentUndergraduate AdmissionsSearchMENU Search the site:GO College Of Arts And Sciences Judaic Studies Back to all Programs Why Judaic Studies? The minor in Judaic Studies offers students an opportunity to acquire background in Hebrew and to study selected areas of Jewish history, culture, or religion. With the approval of an advisor from the Judaic Studies program faculty, the student must construct a program of at least 21 credits fulfilling the requirements listed below. The advisor helps to assure that the student's program has a curricular focus; courses from other departments suiting that focus may be included. AREAS OF STUDY: Hebrew Religion Jewish History Culture Ready to take the next step? Apply Now Request Info Visit SAMPLE COURSES: Judaism The Formation of the Judaic Heritage Problems in Archaeology Ethnography ADMISSION INFO: Students interested in enrolling in the minor must consult with the coordinator of the minor in Judaic Studies and select an advisor from the Judaic Studies program faculty. Completion of the minor requires at least 21 credits. After Graduation Your college decision isn't really about the next four years. We get it. It’s about what doors are opened by your degree and whether those opportunities are what you had envisioned for yourself. Nearly 95% of SBU grads are employed or go to professional or graduate school. Here's a snapshot of what life after graduation looks like for some of them. CAREER OPTIONS: Clergy Assistant Professor Student exchange program coordinator Judaic Studies Teacehr Institutional Ledgers Project Cataloger RECENT EMPLOYERS: SAR Academy Cornell University Library Trustforte Corportation North Shore Hebrew Academy Colgate University Related Majors LinguisticsAnthropologyHistoryArt History & CriticismSociology Interested in this Minor? Apply Now Request Info Visit Department of History Chair: Robert Hoberman Office: S-359 Social and Behavioral Sciences Phone: (631) 632-7500 Degree Requirements Department Website Loading... The SBU Difference The Education Student Life Careers and Outcomes Location How to Apply First Year/Freshman Transfer International Second Degree Readmission Academics Majors and Degrees Pre-Professional Programs Accelerated/Combined Degrees Honors Programs Contact Request Info Meet Your Counselor Contact Info Visit Campus Tour Opportunities Virtual Student Chat Virtual Info Sessions Special Topics & Virtual Events FacebookInstagramYoutube Cost & Aid Tuitions and Fees Financial Aid Scholarships Value Information For College Counselors High School Homeschoolers Veterans Admitted Students Application Status Undergraduate Admissions Stony Brook University 118 Administration Building Stony Brook, NY 11794-1901 Call: 631-632-6868 Fax: 631-632-9898 Questions: [email protected] Undergraduate Admissions Stony Brook University 118 Administration Building Stony Brook, NY 11794-1901 Call: 631-632-6868 Fax: 631-632-9898 Questions: [email protected] University CodesSAT: 2548ACT: 2952FAFSA: 002838 ©2024 Stony Brook University Title IX Accessibility Privacy Policy Sustainability Diversity // top

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